Le Buffet Hotel Restaurant

rue de la Gare, Isbergues, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62330, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on rue de la Gare, Isbergues.
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Travel Blogs from Isbergues

Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

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After this we called in at Vimy Ridge, the Canadian War Memorial to the 11,285 Canadian Soldiers that lost their lives in the First World War. The actual monument is built from a form of Limestone and took 11 years to construct. It is magnificent and a fitting memorial to all those brave men.

After this we made our way to Arras and our hotel for the night which was a Formule 1 Hotel. It was located about 2 miles south-east of ...

Ypres Salient......here we go

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Aug 30, 2014

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... I was panting at the top of the tower taking pictures and realized that I might as well just head that way to find the sites....sooo a plan...sort of lol.

I finished the museum...and needed to contemplate...so found a pub on the town square....it was early but I wanted a beer and they were accommodating....Paschendale beer how appropriate...for those who do not know...Passendale is a village just a lil north and east of Ieper and is where ...

"He is not missing. He is here."

A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 28, 2014

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... magic in the all-too-brief Christmas truce.

The most personal experience of all came close to the museum's exit. I logged into one final computer and found screen after screen of fallen men who shared my surname. Could some of them have been distant British or Canadian relatives, lost on a broken branch of my family tree? Could my life have been different if they had lived?


After ...

STOPOVER AT LILLE

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 09, 2014

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... used to go out and carry back the wounded. "Don't forget me Cobber," was the words he heard one day. Also at VC Corner is an Aussie cemetery and memorial with a lovely rose garden and a remembrance wall. There's no headstones here because most of the 410 who died here could not be identified. Fromelles is so significant because it was the biggest loss of Aussies in battle in one day ever, a staggering 5,533 brave ...

The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time.

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Sep 07, 2013

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... was carried out by Army Graves Concentration Units who also undertook the massive task of clearing the battlefields. Their meticulous search brought in thousands more bodies, those of soldiers killed in the major actions that could not be recovered in the heat of the fight. Many had lain unburied for years & all clues to their identity had been lost. Those unidentified dead; more ...